Fujifilm’s Revoria PC 1120 at Suvi Color Spot Kerala

Integrated with a six-station printer engine and option of 10 colors

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Revoria PC 1120 machine is a high-performance printer integrated with a 6-station printer engine and option of 10 colors.

Fujifilm, a provider of graphic communications and printing technologies, entered Kerala with the installation of its digital printing press Revoria PC 1120 at Suvi Color Spot, a leading photo album maker and digital studio in the state.

Located in Changanassery, Suvi Color Spot offers a wide range of services, including photography, videography, wedding albums, photo lamination, photo retouching, and one-minute passport-size photos.

The Revoria Press PC1120 is an advanced toner digital known for its unparalleled expressive power and vast color spectrum. With a cutting-edge 6-color print engine with an option of 10 colors, it maintains a swift printing speed of 120 ppm. This machine is ideal for diverse photo applications, offering the best ROI, through additional colors, meeting the market’s requirements,” said Suvid Wilson, proprietor of Suvi Color Spot.

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Revoria Press PC1120

Accompanied by an output resolution of 2400 x 2400 dpi, it produces prints that are exceptionally crisp and intricately defined. This printing solution is devised with strong versatility features that support a wide range of media types and finishes accommodating various paperweights, sizes, and even banner sheets, the company said. Noteworthy features include the ability to create metallic effects with gold and silver underlay, access to pre-installed metallic colors, high-opacity white toner for printing on colored stocks, and AI-based photo quality optimization. It is equipped with a high-performance print server, allowing it to support a wide variety of paper stocks and providing convenient feeding and finishing options to streamline the printing process.

Koji Wada, managing director, Fujifilm India, cited the importance of advanced technological integration in digital printing and averred, “Fujifilm India remains at the forefront of innovation and embraces the latest advancements in the digital printing industry. Our commitment extends to the thriving Kerala market, where we strive to offer cutting-edge printing machines that redefine business quality for our esteemed customers and introduce Revoria PC 1120, which is designed to empower entrepreneurs and businesses in Kerala to excel in the dynamic world of digital printing.”

Priyatosh Kumar, head of Division, Graphic Communications Business, Fujifilm India, said, “With this installation at Suvi Color Spot, the Revoria journey in the photo Segment has achieved a new milestone. We are sure an organization like Suvi Color Spot will do wonders for the customers in Kerala and the South India market.”

Fujifilm India is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Tokyo. Fujifilm India is present in three business segments – healthcare, materials, and imaging.

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